10 edition of Building Knowledge Economies found in the catalog.
June 27, 2007
by World Bank Publications
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
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Aubert JE., Karlsson M., Utz A. () Building Knowledge and Innovation-Driven Economies in Arab Countries: How to Do It. In: Andersson T., Djeflat A. (eds) The Real Issues of the Middle East and the Arab Spring. Innovation, Technology, and Knowledge Management. Springer, New York, NY. First Online 16 November Cited by: 3. Much of modern business history has been written on experiences in the United States, Europe, and Japan. Now, the unheard stories of emerging markets in Africa, Asia, and Latin America are being told on a new website by the Business History Initiative.
Economies of scale occur only when technology and process knowledge is constant. As the knowledge base grows, economies of scale shrink. Therefore, in today’s environment, in which information, conservatively, is doubling every two years, economies of scale are fictional, and should be replaced by economies of knowledge. Both building upon and reconsidering a tradition that Stephen Resnick and Richard Wolff—two of this volume’s editors—began in the late s with their groundbreaking work Knowledge and Class, contributors aim to correct previous research that has largely failed to place class as a central theme in economic analysis. Suggesting the.
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Abstract Knowledge has always been an essential force in economic development. Chapter one, describes the knowledge revolution, which is leading us into a postindustrial age in which brains, not brawn, are the best means of coping with intensified competition and new challenges, including those related to human development and the global environment.
This book discusses advanced development strategies that take into account education, information and communication technology, infrastructure, innovation, and the prerequisite economic and institutional regimes.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, KNOWLEDGE ECONOMIES, KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY, KNOWLEDGE FOR. The success of such examples makes Building Knowledge Economies book case in favor of an even more significant university role in building knowledge economies in Central America. The authors of the present article serve as coordinators of the GIZ study project that also involves country experts in each of the four countries mentioned.
The knowledge economy is the use of knowledge to create goods and services. In particular, it refers to a high portion of skilled workers in the economy of a locality, country, or the world, and the idea that most jobs require specialized particular, the main personal capital of knowledge workers is knowledge, and many knowledge worker jobs require a lot of thinking.
This introduction provides a context for understanding the importance of building knowledge economies in Africa and summarises the main contributions to the themed issue.
Downloadable. Knowledge has always been an essential force in economic development. Chapter one, describes the knowledge revolution, which is leading us into a postindustrial age in which brains, not brawn, are the best means of coping with intensified competition and new challenges, including those related to human development and the global environment.
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Building Knowledge Economies: Advanced Strategies for Author: World Bank. Get this from a library. Building Knowledge Economies: Advanced Strategies for Development. [World Bank] -- In many parts of the world, knowledge is being put to work to accelerate and deepen the development process, promoting innovation and helping to generate wealth and jobs.
This book discusses advanced. Toward knowledge economies: global trends and issues --The knowledge economy: analytical framework and benchmarking elements --The process of building a knowledge economy --Improving the economic and institutional regime --Fostering innovation --Strengthening information and communication infrastructure --Upgrading education --Strategic.
The themed issue engages with high quality contributions which, taken together, address the drivers towards knowledge-based economies.
This introduction provides a context for understanding the importance of building knowledge economies in Africa and summarises the main contributions to the themed : Simplice A.
Asongu, John Kuada. The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has been facing considerable economic challenges. Left behind by the industrial revolution, overly dependent on oil resources, and on the fringes of the globalization process, a number of MENA countries have embarked on structural reforms to overcome economic stagnation, mounting unemployment, and increasing poverty.
The main responsibility of Information Technology (IT) in business is to acquire, implement and maintain technology investments, which belonged within the Information Systems.
In order to achieve successful IT planning and implementation, shared knowledge becomes an important enabler of the alignment of business and IT objectives. The book is a fun and thought-provoking read that's designed to spur armchair economists to take a closer look at how things that may not seem important at all can have a ripple effect where the economy is concerned.
After its publication inthe authors have continued expanding on their microeconomics theories in two other books. of the behavior of information and knowledge as economic goods, and because of network externalities, dramatic changes, differentiations, and synergies are emerging in the modalities of creating value.
In short, national economies are becoming more knowledge-based—economies where productivity and growth have become more dependent on Size: KB. Knowledge Economy: The knowledge economy is a system of consumption and production that is based on intellectual capital.
The knowledge economy commonly makes up a large share of all economic. transnational knowledge exchange networks for socio-economic development. Description and Rationale Objectives and scope of the panel The objectives and scope of the panel are to examine the role and potential of transnational knowledge relations and talent mobility for developing knowledge-based societies and economies in the Gulf.
YAOUNDÉ – Development economists often differ with one another, but they agree on this: the knowledge economy will be the foundation of every nation’s progress in the twenty-first century. Yet while East Asia and other regions have been making substantial gains in building a knowledge economy, Africa has not.
It is not too late to change that. “A State-Building Response to Organized Crime, Illicit Economies, Hybrid Threats, and Hybrid Governance,” Dr. Felbab-Brown’s second chapter in Organized Crime and Illicit Trade, then. An outline of the relevant terminology and the context of the international strategy of emerging market firms, providing an introductory foundation for the whole book.
A guide to the evolution of perspectives regarding international strategy, designed to illustrate the changes and trends in the recent academic research on by: 3. 5 Ingredients for Building Rural Economies And the Palouse Knowledge Corridor, which serves southeastern Washington and central Idaho, has an annual Be the Entrepreneur Boot Camp, five days of.
Policies aimed at catalysing knowledge-based economies are highly related to job creation, economic integration, economic diversification, environmental sustainability, and social development.
While the advantages of knowledge-based economic development have become clearer, so too have the challenges of implementing related : AG Reporter.Building Literacy for Knowledge Economies: Reading and Writing About Trends and Issues in Business Week Muir, Clive, "Building Literacy for Knowledge Economies: Reading and Writing About Trends and Issues in Business Week" ().
Faculty Publications. From his most recent book. Socio-Economic Insecurity in Emerging Economies book. Building new spaces. It argues that these concepts, knowledge and policy innovations are now travelling in three directions, from North to South, from South to North, and between Southern countries.
This book provides unique insights for researchers and postgraduate students in Cited by: 2.